Crypto Recap June 27: Coinbase Launches Charity, EOS Proposes New Constitution
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Announced Tuesday by Silvio Schembri – a Maltese Member of Parliament and the parliamentary secretary responsible for financial services, digital economy and innovation –
Kin, a cryptocurrency developed by the makers of Kik Interactive, has gone live in the popular chat app for a group of 1,000 beta testers.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has launched GiveCrypto, a new charity platform which will hold and distribute cryptocurrencies to people in need, according to a Medium post, published June 27.
The 0.6 release of Blockstream’s scalability solution for Bitcoin, c-lightning, has been released. With this Lightning Network implementation, which is written in the C programming language.
After proposing that the EOS project scrape its original Constitution, as CCN reported earlier today, Daniel Larimer, the creator of EOS, has now released a revised proposal.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is currently running 130 different cryptocurrency-related investigations, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is once again seeking comments on a potential bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund (ETF).
The popular adult entertainment website Pornhub has announced that it will accept two other cryptocurrencies – Tron and ZenCash – as payment.
Digital money platform Uphold is looking to become a broker-dealer in the U.S. after acquiring a registered firm called JNK Securities, it was announced Wednesday.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak believes that blockchain is a bubble similar to that of the dotcom era, but that it could have potential in the future, CNBC reported yesterday, June 26.
A study conducted by Diar has revealed that “the reliability of successfully routing a payment on the Lightning Network is still quite low.”
Economic researchers at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy have identified digital currencies issued by a central bank as an opportunity for a more stable financial system...
Agents acting under the purview of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) have arrested more than 35 criminals by posing as cryptocurrency traders on the darknet.
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has resumed trading a day after suspending activities due to system upgrade, followed by a warning from their risk management system...
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